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Social Fabric: Enter the world of Social Fabric, where clothing, culture, and style weave a fascinating story about who we are. Designer Kyle Ng takes us on a vibrant and colorful journey across the globe, from NYC to Nairobi, from downtown LA to the Scottish Highlands, to meet an eclectic array of designers and collectors who show us the history and the culture behind the clothing we chose to put on our backs.

Social Fabric is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on November 7, 2017.

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1 Season, 14 Episodes
November 7, 2017
Cast: Justin Hankinson, Quentin J. Thrash
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Social Fabric Full Episode Guide

  • Danish 'wearable artwork' designer Anouk Wipprecht tackles her biggest creative challenge to date: creating a runway show of her 'fashiontech' dresses, which use smoke, spiders, and paint, to open the world's largest auto show.

  • Specialising in rare denim, David White has become one of Europe's leading vendors of high-end American vintage clothing. He descends into 18th-century gold mines and cold calls Dust Bowl farms in search of denim left behind since the 1940s.

  • As fashionable as it is functional, camo is a staple pattern. Kyle Ng learns the tactical application from a British Special Forces sniper, gets the perfect streetwear piece for his next skate session, and challenges Mark McNairy in a paintball war.

  • Could 'Sunday Best' be the next big trend? Along with musician Johnny P, Kyle heads to Brooklyn Circus to get dressed up for church. He sees how Islamic threads are being modernized at 5ive Pillars, and explores the history of the Sikh turban.

  • From the hip-hop culture in Los Angeles, California, United States to the tribal villages of Kenya, Kyle Ng explores the global appeal of jewellery or 'bling'. Kyle hangs with a rapper, a rock star, and some Kenyans to see the significance of shine.

  • Born on Savile Row, London, England the suit is probably the most famous piece of menswear in history. Kyle Ng goes hunting for the perfect bespoke suit, gets some flair with the Dandies and goes wild with the western Nudie suit.

  • Pants make up half an outfit, and Kyle Ng is out to find the wildest pants on earth. He visits Jay Kos, a designer taking bottoms to new heights, slips into DIY pant culture, and learns how Japanese workwear is turning into high fashion.

  • Made for bomber pilots, adopted the world over, the leather jacket is a true style icon. Kyle Ng gets punk in Tokyo, Japan, races around Brooklyn, New York, United States, and meets the father of the over-the-top 'championship jacket'.

  • We hit a rodeo in Texas, fly to Rome to line-dance, and then mosey down to Botswana to bang heads with some death-metal heads obsessed with the cowboy boot.

  • We travel from LA to NY to SF to bring new meaning to fashion's most versatile invention, the t-shirt. RocNation's DJ RossOne drops knowledge about rap tees, and host Kyle Ng explores the latest trend: Tall Tees.

  • Jeans are arguably the most worn clothing item in the world. Host Kyle Ng travels to Japan to watch an indigo dye master create $800 jeans, and to LA to check out a masked artist designing the next level of 21st century denims.

  • With help from Trinidad James, host Kyle Ng gets his kicks treading the floorboards from Tokyo to Los Angeles for a look at the latest trends in sneakers. From collaborations to customizations, from Asics to Vans, Kyle gets to the soul of the sole.

  • Kyle Ng heads to Scotland to look into all things plaid and tartan. He low-rides Pendleton Plaid in South Central Los Angeles, and travels to Nairobi, Kenya to learn from the Maasai about all things shuka cloth.

  • When it comes to hats, the fedora is king. In LA, Kyle Ng visits hat maker to the stars, Gladys Tamez, who whips up a stunning creation for soul singer Mayer Hawthorne. Afterwards, h flies to...